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dwindle, peak, and pine

dwindle, peak, and pine

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—with thanks to the Columbus Zoo   We find Hay-Zeus on what we think is a Sunday. He is in Cruciform. He is missing below the chest, his neck gnawed away. His fists clench fur. Shame, another says. He is our cook and we have not eaten since what we think was Friday. Not fishmore

James, Transcendent, Everyone Else, Stuck in the Mud

James, Transcendent, Everyone Else, Stuck in the Mud

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When Mary finds him, she’s going to punish him. He will inadvertently disarm her probably, she knows, imagining a headfirst hug at the bottom of the slide, a tangled pile, wheezing and wild with laughter. The smiling cherub laughs, anger wilts.more

The BULL Interview: Curtis Dawkins

The BULL Interview: Curtis Dawkins

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“It’s easy to generalize and say the men in prison are representative of the uneducated, no-good, downright evil male. But of course it isn’t that simple more

Ashley Hope Perez’s The Knife and the Butterfly

Ashley Hope Perez’s The Knife and the Butterfly

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“Kids are very hard to gauge, especially when they come to prison. When they come here they havemore